Parking in Prague can be quite expensive (at least by Czech standards) or you might struggle to find a space, especially during peak hours. And even if you find one you might find that it is actually reserved or that there is another restriction. On the other hand there are quite a few underground car parks which are definitely cheaper in comparison to leaving your car on the street and paying a meter fee. Even if you leave your car in a guarded parking place don’t leave any valuable objects there. They might attract too much attention from potential thieves.

Parking in Prague

Most parts of central Prague have meter zones with fees from 30 CZK to 120 CZK per hour (or you can arrange a long-term parking permit). There are some car parks close to metro stations plus underground car parks. To reduce congestion in the city, Park&Ride parking places are used …

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Main Car Parks in Prague

Hotel Parking Some hotels including Marriot, Intercontinental and Hilton Old Town offer underground car parks, even for non hotel guests.   Prague Airport Parking At Prague airport you can park in the block Parking C. Three above-ground levels offer over 3000 parking spaces, and it is just 70 metres from …

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